Tuxedo shirt or black tie shirt- There’s no reason not to bring your A-game when it comes to the shining days in life. When you choose a tuxedo shirt from John Henric you choose elegance and quality before price and label. You choose to be chic, not flashy. A tuxedo shirt is an item you can wear regardless of temperatures outside. It is an item that boosts the evening’s elegance - each time it’s being used. A well fitted dinner shirt gives you an enhanced confidence, which we think one deserves to have when one wears a dinner jacket. It gives you authority. Because a tuxedo shirt you’re really satisfied with gives you a, sometimes needed, boost. It’s not odd if one isn’t completely comfortable with all the do’s and don’t when it comes to black tie dress code. Remember that a tuxedo shirt is a classic item, and therefore doesn’t need to be super slimming. It’s even preferable if the black tie shirt is somewhat relaxed yet, of course, fitted. Our tuxedo shirt is cut in a timeless, but modern cut where balance and timeless elegance are our bywords. With details such as French cuffs, black studs and a classic cutaway collar - we’ve designed a tuxedo shirt that is both elegant and timeless. We are always striving to create items that are high qualitative and of genuine craftsmanship. But we do have one pretension that we never compromise - a tuxedo shirt from John Henric should be a luxury good, but of fair price. It isn’t easy to make that equation add up. It demands equal parts of passion, will and knowledge. We strive to make that equation add up, for our customers. John Henric is a strict producer-to-consumer business. That means that vi skip the markup. We don’t sell our dinner shirts anywhere else, simply because you pay more if we do.
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When a party is coming up - it’s time to bring your tuxedo out of the closet, but we understand it can be hard knowing when to bring it out. Let’s seize this opportunity to straighten out what they call it in different areas of the world. In Northern America and Great Britain they call it different things. In Northern America they call it tuxedo and in Great Britain they call it black tie.
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